GES wins new three-year contract with DWTC

Global Experience Specialists (GES) to be official service provider for all exhibitions organised by DWTC between 2016 and 2018
GES will be the official service provider for all exhibitions organised by DWTC between 2016 and 2018.
GES will be the official service provider for all exhibitions organised by DWTC between 2016 and 2018.

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Global Experience Specialists (GES) has secured a three-year contract as official service provider for all exhibitions organised by the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) between 2016 and 2018.

GES will provide project management, graphics, feature design, furniture, flooring and a full range of exhibitor services to major industry events such as Gulfood, Dubai International Boat Show, Cabsat, World Art Dubai and GITEX.

Yasser al Maaytah, managing director of GES in the Middle East, said: “Our dedication to customer service combined with proven project delivery skills and an experienced, talented team has helped us secure this important partnership. We look forward to supporting the organising teams at the Dubai World Trade Centre on their prestigious programme of events.”

DWTC’s senior vice president, Trixie LohMirmand, added: “We are proud to be working with GES on our diverse portfolio. Our events attract a global following of exhibitors and visitors to the region and it is essential to have a professional partner that understands and fulfils our needs. Partnerships are key to ensuring that all our events deliver excellent customer service and brand experience. We look forward to working closely with GES over the next three years.”

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